Millburn Middle School 25 Old Short Hills Rd, Millburn, NJ07041 Millburn Middle School is a stone's throw away from downtown Millburn and Paper Mill Playhouse on Main Street. The…More school has been named a Benchmark School by the New Jersey Department of Education every year since the program was created because of high test scores. In addition to strong academics, students are afforded opportunities to explore music, art and other interests. An addition is being made to the school facility to handle an increase in enrollment.
The Millburn School District consists of seven schools — one high school, one middle school and five elementary…More schools — and is considered one of the best districts in New Jersey.
Millburn High School is a national Blue Ribbon School, and New Jersey Monthly rated it New Jersey's top high school in 2008. Millburn Middle School has been named a Benchmark School of Excellence for five straight years.
The Education Center houses the district's administration offices, including the school's superintendent. It's also where the Board of Education holds its meetings twice a month.
The offices are located on the same property as Millburn High School, and there is a strict parking enforcement. Anyone visiting the Education Center needs to get a visitor's parking pass otherwise they run the risk of receiving a parking ticket.
Total Training Solutions 356 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ07041 Total Training Solutions (TTS) started out more than 12 years ago helping teachers learn how to use technology in the…More classroom. But the Millburn-based firm now offers training in general teaching methods as well. TTS even employs a grant writer to help school districts obtain funding to pay for its training.
The American Red Cross Millburn-Short Hills Chapter holds monthly blood drives, participates in the town's Meals on…More Wheels program, offers courses in CPR and first aid and operates the town's emergency shelter if it's needed. There is also a food pantry at the chapter's building and they collect clothing.
In the event of a fire, the chapter will assist homeowners if they need a place to stay or clothing to wear. Additionally, the chapter works with the town's emergency management team. The chapter holds an annual CPR and AED training at Millburn High School. The event is free and over 200 people normally attend. The event is sponsored by the Danielle Brender Fund. Each year the chapter holds a 5K race in December and a wine tasting in March to raise funds.
Wyoming School 55 Myrtle Ave, Millburn, NJ07041 Wyoming Elementary School is one of Millburn's five elementary schools. It's settled into a quiet residential…More neighborhood in the Wyoming section of Millburn. The school was originally constructed in 1927 and was renovated in 1997 and 2004. According to Wikipedia, the name Wyoming is from the Munsee Indian word for "at the big river flat." The Munsee language was originally spoken by tribes living in the greater New York City area, including northern New Jersey.
Glenwood Elementary School 325 Taylor Rd S, Short Hills, NJ07078 Glenwood Elementary School is one of Millburn's five public elementary schools. Located in the Short Hills section of…More Millburn, the school has an active Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) that sponsors many activities including an after-school program.
Millburn High School was named the best high school in the state by New Jersey Monthly in 2008. The U.S.…More Department of Education named it a Blue Ribbon school in 2007. Millburn High regularly receives high marks for its academics, including the number of AP exams students take each year. But students don't have their nose in their books completely. There is a vast arts program and many students are also involved in athletics. Students are also taking top science prizes in national contests.
The school has a strict parking program. You must have a parking permit in order to park at the school. Those visiting should report to the office to receive a temporary parking pass. An addition to the school – including an expanded cafeteria and new classrooms – is slated to be completed for the 2009-10 school year.